Electron Scattering in Solid Matter A Theoretical and Computational Treatise / by Jan Zabloudil, Robert Hammerling, Lászlo Szunyogh, Peter Weinberger.
Addressing graduate students and researchers, this book gives a very detailed theoretical and computational description of multiple scattering in solid matter. Particular emphasis is placed on solids with reduced dimensions, on full potential approaches and on relativistic treatments. For the first...
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|Edition:||1st ed. 2005.|
|Series:||Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences,
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- Preliminary definitions
- Multiple scattering
- Shape functions
- Non-relativistic single-site scattering for spherically symmetric potentials
- Non-relativistic full potential single-site scattering
- Spin-polarized non-relativistic single-site scattering
- Relativistic single-site scattering for spherically symmetric potentials
- Relativistic full potential single-site scattering
- Spin-polarized relativistic single-site scattering for spherically symmetric potentials
- Spin-polarized relativistic full potential single-site scattering
- Scalar-relativistic single-site scattering for spherically symmetric potentials
- Scalar-relativistic full potential single-site scattering
- Phase shifts and resonance energies
- Structure constants
- Green’s functions: an in-between summary
- The Screened KKR method for two-dimensional translationally invariant systems
- Charge and magnetization densities
- The Poisson equation and the generalized Madelung problem for two- and three-dimensional translationally invariant systems
- “Near field” corrections
- Practical aspects of full-potential calculations
- Total energies
- The Coherent Potential Approximation
- The embedded cluster method
- Magnetic configurations — rotations of frame
- Related physical properties.